out of washington, both sides set. is there a big impact, do markets react, longer lines at airports, food inspectors showing up, layoff in the military. if that happens, a lot more pressure between now and the end of march to get a deal. does that end the sequester maybe it does. >> end of march, continuing resolution, washington speak, that authorizes payments to fund the government kicks in. so is there the likelihood here that we'll get those spending cuts on friday, that they begin. then as some solution to the continuing resolution issue, some of those cuts get restored, et cetera, et cetera, the worst of it is avoided. i've got fleets this weekend, am i going to be waiting april long line? >> good chance you will be eventually. take a while for stuff to ramp up. administration says that won't happen. the question on whether the sequester cuts get rolled back does depend on the impacts starting march 1. right now talking about a continuing resolution, continuing funding government, wouldn't shut it down.